On Tuesday, March 12th, our On-Call to Wholetime Recruits visited the Wales Urban Search and Rescue Team for a familiarisation session.

Take a look at what kept Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service busy throughout February 2024.

At 07:36am on Tuesday 13th March, crews from Llanelli and Swansea Central stations were called to reports of a vehicle stranded on Pont Y Cob Road, Swansea - an area prone to flooding, particularly during heavy rainfall. The incident occurred as river levels surged due to ongoing heavy rain, resulting in one vehicle becoming stranded.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Authority are inviting suppliers to tender for the supply Internal and External Signage.

Following a statement released by Welsh Government, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service recognises the importance of fostering a positive and supportive workplace environment and the need for public and staff reassurance in this regard.

Mid & West Wales Fire and Rescue Service would like to wish the Muslim communities of Mid & West Wales ‘Ramadan Mubarak’ and offer them support and advice as they observe the holy period of Ramadan.

On Tuesday, March 5th, the Crickhowell, Talgarth and Pontardawe crews assisted in rescuing a Shetland pony called Teifi who had become trapped in a cattle grid.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service has been awarded the Green Dragon Environmental Standard for the 10th consecutive year.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service are running a Female Experience Day at Haverfordwest Fire Station on Wednesday, 13th March 2024, from 10:00am – 13:00pm.

Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service recently partnered with Dementia Friendly Swansea for the opening of the newest Dementia Hwb drop-in centre at Aberafan Shopping Centre.